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Unit lasted for weeks ; I was unable
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skin was sallow and sleep did not
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105-tf BULLETIN OflICO,
HAWAII'S SHIRE TOWN.
WHAT THE HILO ItOAI) IlOAItU
NI'KNT ANI WANTS..
Churrli Deallrnteil nt Olan Illloltc.
limit In r.lrctrlc Llght-Ifi-sonnl
nil (I Other Ileum.
The following summary of nows
of tho big island and its capital
is condensed from tho Ililo Tri
buno of tho 18th inst:
Expenditures of tho Ililo Road
Board for tho year ending Decoui
bor31, i895, nmountcd to S32,
924. Tho Board estimates its need
for tho coming two years at $100,
000, of which 87-1,000 is for now
Tho first Catholic church in tho
Ohm coffee territory was dedicated
by tho Bishop of Panopolis and
clergy, being given tho name of
St. Clement's. A luau was given
after tho coromony.
Deputy Sheriff "Williams within
fivo days secured tho arrest and
conviction of two men for robbing
tho house of H. C. Austin. Tho
stolen monoy was also recovered.
Tho bark Santiago was to loavo
.iiiio on ouuuay witn sugar
A Japaneso fisherman
drowned in Hilo bay.
jaov. o. j-i. Jjesna is recovering
trom a sovoro illness.
F. M. Gqodsal, a coffee expert,
has arrived' to investigate tho in
dustiy. Manager Lpo reports th,o Vol
cano increasing in activity; that
fully 100 guests have been ontor
tainod at tho Volcano House, and
more arc continually coining.
A. Lind6ay succeeds A. Cock
burn as manager of Thoo. H.
Davis t Co's branch store.
Hilo town was lighted by elec
tricity for tho first time on Mon
day evening; hundreds of people
witnessed tho first turning on of
lights on Front and Waiauuenua
street. It is claimed tho light was
brightest on AVaianuenuo Avenue.
Tho lamps aro all 10 candlo-poworA
Many business houses and private
rosidonces aro lighted by oloctri
oity. Tt now behooves tho Govern
ment to do away Vith tho old oil
lamps and march along with us in
the light of progress.
Throe thousand dollars was tho
award to plaintiff in tho matter of
J. T. Baker vs. Humuula Sheop
Station Co. and A. Hannoborg,
manager. This case occupied tho
attention of tho Court and a mir
ed jury from early Monday morn
ing till lato Tuesday night, when
tho above verdict was rendered by
tho jury. F. M. AVakofiold for
plaintiff, Hitchcock & "Wilder for
dofondant. Tho case has been
amicably settled by the parties in
terested. A reception and ball in honor
of President Dole was largely at
tended. Tho Portuguese sugar mill at
Kukuau will grind the crop of a
hundred aares this season but
will have a much larger ono next
Tho salo of reserved seats for
tho production of this comedy on
Saturday ovoning next opened at
ITobron drug store at 9 o'clock
this morning and before tho hands
of tho clock reached 10 every seat
had boon sold. Fivo hundred tick
ets have boon sold for tho perform
ance. Three hundred and eighty
reserved seats wore sot apart and
tho unrosorvod.soittts comprise tho
sides and rear portion of tho hall.
Tho ladies who havo tho charge of
tho affair do not fool justified in
soiling moro seats than can bo
providod with a propor view of tho
stago, and in order to nocommo
dato tho extraordinary demand
for seats will probably give
additional porformanco in
early part of next wook.
HIlKWKIt. AI.VEY, WHITE, COU
IlKItT AND UILHAN COMl'OSE IT.
1'vrfiniinl Itcrorila of the Dlir-rent
Ieml)crs...AII iif Tlirm IHstliis
Kulshed lit the 1'iilillc Service.
On January 1st President Clove
land announced the composition
of tho Venezuelan Commission,
which will consist of fivo mom
1)or's as follows: David J. Browor
of Kansas, Associato Justico of
the Supremo Court of tho United
Statos; .Richard H. Alvoy of Mary
land, Chief Justico of tho Court
of Appeals of tho District of Col
umbia; Androw D. "Whito of Now
York Frederick R. Coudert of
Nowf York, Daniol C. Gilnmu of
Maryland, president of tho Johns
Judgo Richard Honry Alvey is
a native of Maryland. Ho was on
tho Judiciary Committee of tho
Constitutional Convention of 18(57,
and was elected Chief Judgo of
tho Fourth Circuit undor tho now
constitution, and was ro elected in
1882. Ho was designated by Gov
ernor Hamilton as Chief Justico
of tho Court of Appeals of Mary
laud, to succeed Judgo Bartol.
This place ho rosigned to accept
tho olHco of Chief Justico of tho
Federal Court of Appeals in the
District of Columbia u court just
created by act of Congross, and
President Cleveland strongly
urged Judgo Alvey to take tho
plnco ofClnof Judgo' and organize
tno now court.
Judgo Browor was born in
Smyrna, Asia Minor, in 1837, his
father at that time being ono of
tho American missionaries in that
part of tho world. Ho is a gradu
ate of Yale and a nophow of David
Dudley Fiold, in whoso office in
Now York Judge Browor was a
law student. In tho year 1858
Judgo Browor removed from Now
York City to tho "West, where ho
engaged in tho practico of his pro
fession in Kansas City, Mo., and
afterward in Xeavenworth, Kan,
Ho has also occupied various im
portant positions, including those
of Judgo of tho First Judicial
Court of tho State of Kansas, aud
from 1870 until 1881 filled tho
office of Judgo of the Kansas
Supremo Court. Judgo Browor
has also taken great interest in
educational affairs and wus at
one time prosidont of tho Kansas
Board of Education. Ho wus ap
pointed Associato Justice of tho
United Statos Supromo Court by
ox-Prosidont Harrison in 1889.
Daniel Colt Gilman is distin
guished as an educator. Ho is a
graduate of Yalo Collogo and has
been an oxtonsivo traveler in Eu
rope, where ho gave groat atton-
tiou to tho social, political and
educational condition of various
countries. In 1875 ho was elected
tho first presidout of Johns Hop
kins Univorsity in Baltimore.
Among tho many works that ho
has writton is a memoir of James
Monroo, which was propared for
tho American Statesman. . His
famo as a scientist and historian
is worldwide. Mr. Gilman is said
not to bo affiliated with any polit
ical party, but liis tondoncios nro
inclined to tho Republican organ
ization. Ho is a native of Con
necticut and in his sixty-fifth
Androw Dickson White of Now
lork is also distinguislioa as an
educator. Ho i a native of New
York, having boon born atHomor,
in that Stato, in Npvombor, 1832.
Ho is of Now England parentage
and also a graduate of Yalo. Ho
was prosidont of tho Stato Con
vention of Now York in Ootober,
18G1, and was United Statos Min
ister to Germany from 1879 to
1881. Mr. Whito was also ono of
tho United States Commissioners
to Santo Domingo, and aided in
(Continued on Jtlh yj'fe.)
PREMIER CECIL RHODES
NI'IltlT OIT NOV I'll
Suit to be KiiBitBCd III Coimollslntlni:
CI' ho So ti th A rrlctjn Colonies Ito
Oiii Vul Itriiuhllc.
Cecil Rhodes, tho Promior of
Capo Colony, tho moving spirit in
all South African development
and tho richest man in that con
tinent, is regarded in England as
prime factor in tho movement
against the Boors of tho Trans
vaal which has rosultod so disas
trously to tho British forces, says
tho S. F. Chronicle Jameson is a
strong frioud nnd admirer of
Rhodes, and from tho tonor of
eublo dispatches, it looks as though
tho Premier had coached Jameson
and had furnished him with men
and ammunition. Certainly, if ho
did not furnish materia, ho gavo
moral aid, as it would have been
foolhardy for tho English minors
and adventurers in tho Trnnsvaal
to engage in n conflict with tho
Boors without somo promiso of
support from Rhodes.
The romarkahlo thing about
Rhodes' position is that ho had
grown so powerful and liis ambi
tion is so great that leading Eng
lish writers aitd public men havo
recently expressed doubts in ro
gard to Ids loyalty. They boliovc
that ho is engaged in consolidat-
HON. CECIL RHODES.
ing the South African colonies
aud stimulating the development
of their resources in order to wold
thom into a great South Af-ican
ropublic, of which ho would bo
tho real head. Tho project is not
visionary, for Rhodes knowB per
fectly the fooling in all tho colo
nies, and ho knows that his own
infiuonco is bo powerful that nino
tonths of tho British colonists
would rally to his support. Rhodes
has mado his immense fortuno of
$30,000,000 within fifteen yeure by
shrewd locations of diamond
bearing proporty and by organiz
ing all tho diamond mines of
South Africa into a great syndi
cate. Rocontly ho had taken up
gold mining on a colossal scale,
and from tho mine of tho Wit
watersraud and othor districts ho
is said to draw a rovonuo of $2.
000,000 a year. Ho is certainly
tho most picturesque iiguro in tho
history of tho ond of this contury,
and liis sudden wealth and his
marvelous powcr.ovor a" country
as largo as India, t and far richer
in gold than 'California, surpasses
all that DurnuB concoived in
A Pennsylvania Judgo has just
laid down tho law that a wink is
not nocossarily a criminal act. A
now trial was asked for in a lar
ceny case, tho nppoal being based
on tho ground that ono of tho jury
had winked at tho Prosecuting
Attorney. Tho Judgo hold that
tho winking was not a criminal
offonso, but might bo duo to nerv
ousness. After this any tremor
of tho eyelid at a soda-water foun
tain will bo charitably construed.
AW ' " r-
MATTERS OF HEALTH.
hvi,i: op iMtr.Mi i'imi qtJFsrioN
Itciilnviil of fiitrtjiic Dleute Anion!.
llo(ri..Ior"tr on III.iIoUhI
At the meeting of the Board of
Health yestorday tlicro were pre
sent: Minister "W. O. Smitl, pre
sident; Dr. Emerson, Dr. Day, T.
F. Lansing, D.,Koliipio, John T.
Waterhouse ond Dr. Wood, mem- .
hers; Dr. W. T. Monsarrat, in
spector; Chas. Wilcox, secretary;
C. B. Reynolds, executive officer;
Drs. Myers, Wayson, Herbert and
The President asked Dr. Mon
sarrat to state what information
ho had regarding disease among
hogs. Tho inspector said thoro
was no moro Bicknoss than usuul
among hogs at this season. In
the lato cold and wet spell somo
hogs had died from lung disease
While there was no unusual
amount of sickness at tho slaughter
house pens, quite a numbor of
hogs had died at Palama and
It was recommended by tho
President that the inspector should
see to any casea where either' dam
ago to the meat or cruelty to tho
animals was suspected:
Dr. Wayson was asked to roport
verbally on tho garbage question.
Ho spoko of tho standing of gar
bago containers too long, in somo
cases tho contents being scattered
on tho Bidowalks before removal.
Ho suggested that tho garbago
should bo removed at night.
President Smith said the system
would have to bo improved short
ly. Something would bo dono
about a sewerage system aftor tho
return of survoyor Dodge from
his tour of investigation abroad.
A conversation took place oa
Dr. Wayson's memorandum ro-
farding tho removal of garbage,
t was agreed that tho resumption
of tho whole service by the Board
should bo kept in sight.
Commissioner Marsden was re-
forted as saying that before tho
orestor began his work on Molo
kai, a shed should be oroctod for
sheltering young trees. It wa's
agreed to liavo this dono.
Slight progress was reported by
tho comotory committee
Dr. Monsarrat's roport on tho
slaughtering of tho week was
read, there being a considerable
number of cases of abscess among
cattle, but tho sheop killed woro
all sound. Tho inspector's report
undor tho mitigation act showed
about GO por cont of tho subjects
to bo Japanese women.
John F. Colburn preferred a
written roquest to allow tho salo
of fresh fish undor tho regulations
in shops on Maunakoa street.
Mr. Lansing said that compli
ance with tho request would sim
ply mean establishing another
Tho Prosidont said it would
mean an indefinite number of fish
markets and break down their
whole system for securing a sound
fish supply. In answer to mem
bers ho said that the origin of tho
regulation was tho desiro to havo
fresh fish sold only at a place
whoro it could bo inspected.
Mr. Watorhouso thought that
aftor fish was inspected it irjight
bo peddled around. Dr. Emerson
was of tho sumo view, but tho
President was strongly against
rolaxiug tho regulations. In ro4
ply to tno doctor ho said tho Minj
lstor of Foreign Affairs had lately
boon takon violently ill nt table
from eating fish bought at a pri
Mr. Lansing spoko of tho
original causo of establishing n
public" fish markot, and opposed
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